But it has been the study of my life to avoid those weaknesses which often expose
a strong understanding to ridicule.
not so fast, my good woman; expose
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General," said he, as if he had divined Monk's thought, "you wish we should be alone; that is very right, but a great captain ought never to expose
himself with temerity.
But Achmet Zek was no fool to expose
himself to the blackened honor of a thief and a murderer.
me," said Jupiter, and awarded her the first prize.
The disposition of Mrs Fitzpatrick was more timorous; for, though the greater terrors had conquered the less, and the presence of her husband had driven her away at so unseasonable an hour from Upton, yet, being now arrived at a place where she thought herself safe from his pursuit, these lesser terrors of I know not what operated so strongly, that she earnestly entreated her cousin to stay till the next morning, and not expose
herself to the dangers of travelling by night.
The first part of her lewd life with the young gentleman at Colchester has so many happy turns given it to expose the crime, and warn all whose circumstances are adapted to it, of the ruinous end of such things, and the foolish, thoughtless, and abhorred conduct of both the parties, that it abundantly atones for all the lively description she gives of her folly and wickedness.
The advocates for the stage have, in all ages, made this the great argument to persuade people that their plays are useful, and that they ought to be allowed in the most civilised and in the most religious government; namely, that they are applied to virtuous purposes, and that by the most lively representations, they fail not to recommend virtue and generous principles, and to discourage and expose all sorts of vice and corruption of manners; and were it true that they did so, and that they constantly adhered to that rule, as the test of their acting on the theatre, much might be said in their favour.
If you decide to remain (as I think you do), remember, Miss Haredale, that I left you with a solemn caution, and acquitting myself of all the consequences to which you expose
We argue that a study that intentionally exposes
humans subjects to pesticides should be permitted if a) the knowledge gained from the study is expected to promote human health; b) the knowledge cannot be reasonably obtained by other means; c) the study is not expected to cause serious or irreversible harm to the subjects; and d) appropriate safeguards are in place to minimize harm to the subjects.
The radiation that passes through the object strikes the phosphor layers of the screen, causing them to fluoresce, which in turn exposes
When the use of the circle and slash is combined with the passages of the Bible, it exposes
homosexuals to detestation, vilification, and disgrace," Barclay said.
Also, the transmastoid approach exposes
the entire labyrinthine segment of the facial nerve in only 60% of patients, mainly via the superior semicircular canal.